Sarah Smith and Victoria Savage discuss how to diagnose these abnormalities, and suggests various treatment and prevention options.33 mins
Jacqui Matthews takes a look at helminth infection in horses and advice to give to owners.
David Rendle describes the treatment of a referred eight-month-old cob filly with scar tissue after a suspected acid attack.
Equine vet Samantha Castle discusses whether the time is nearing for future vets to specialise at university.
Kirstie Pickles discusses some of the latest developments and studies into management and treatment for this condition.
Equine vets would do well to dust off their assertiveness skills and engage with owners, after a survey for Keeping Britain’s Horses Healthy found the majority craved much more advice.
Victoria Colgate recaps the organisation's inaugural conference, held in April at The British Racing School in Newmarket.23 mins
Lara Gosling, Jonathon Dixon and David Rendle discuss using thoracic radiography and ultrasonography to identify and monitor progression of this disease.
Jamie Prutton discusses methods of controlling this condition, including when to stable, the use of rugs and advice to give owners.
Liz Mitchell looks at how common conditions in the horse should be diagnosed and treated in first opinion practice.34 mins
Andy Durham discusses surveillance schemes and clinical choices for this condition, and lists some of the more recent outbreaks.
Alison Bennell discusses the advantages and disadvantages of this method in regards to safety and cost.27 mins
Samantha Castle discusses how new rules from The Pony Club on EI booster vaccinations could save vets from some difficult encounters with owners.
Safia Barakzai reports on the highlights at the most recent American Association of Equine Practitioners Annual Convention.
The authors review some of the recent literature that has advanced our knowledge of the diagnosis of lameness.23 mins
Andy Durham outlines the two-step process for investigating causes of pruritus in horses – including how decide there is an allergy at all.
Emily Haggett attempts to offer assistance to fellow clinicians on a number of aspects, including signalment, history taking, clinical examination and treatment.
Nicola Menzies-Gow discusses a slowly progressive neurodegenerative disease with loss of dopaminergic (inhibitory) input to the melanotropes of the pituitary pars intermedia.
The author updates readers on currently circulating viruses, clinical signs to look for, diagnosis, treatment, surveillance and vaccination.
Malcolm Weetman, Tony Davies, Rosemary Brown, Max Murray, Patrick Pollock and David Sutton on the findings of a six-year study.